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Some Thoughts on Playing Politics With Kids’ Health

In this fraught moment, it would be good to remember that school food used to be a mostly bipartisan issue

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By Bettina Siegel

This post first appeared on The Lunch Tray, and a portion of it was adapted from Siegel’s book, “Kid Food: The Challenge of Feeding Children in a Highly

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